Can't get enough of "Grey's Anatomy?" Then check out the new webisode series featuring characters from ABC's hot doctor show.
"Seattle Grace: Message of Hope" was created with the idea of extending the storylines that are seen each week on the show.
"I think there’s something really awesome about making 'Grey's' mini-episodes for the web. We can only get so much content into 42 minutes of television each week -- so these webisodes are meant to expand the overall 'Grey's' universe," says creator/exec producer Shonda Rhimes.
The episodes follow the Chief (James Pickens, Jr.) as he works to restore the hospital's image. And many of the webisodes are being directed by Kevin McKidd, who plays Dr. Owen Hunt.
"I think the weirdest part for me was ... in one of the scenes where I sat in the hospital bed and said action in character because I am also the director and then going straight into my dialogue," Kevin says. "That was the weirdest part and probably the most fun part because I have never done that before, getting to go 'Okay, and action' and then start my dialogue and then go 'cut' at the end."
In addition to Pickens and McKidd, the webisodes also star Jesse Williams as Dr. Jackson Avery and Sarah Drew as Dr. April Kepner.
"Seattle Grace: Message of Hope" webisodes will rollout as follows:
October 14, Webisode #1
October 21, Webisode #2
October 28, Webisode #3
November 4, Webisode #4
November 11, Webisode #5
November 18, Webisode #6
November 25, "Making of" webisode